River North Esk
Angus. Hasselblad 30mm. October 2009.
The ancient woods and narrow confines at the Rocks of Solitude on the River North Esk dictate that it can be extremely difficult for light to penetrate sufficiently to fill a panoramic frame. From previous experience I knew of a gap in the trees that would allow a very short window of morning light to reach the shadowy gorge; this window corresponded with my visit in autumn, adding a vital canopy of colour to the scene.
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